Beginning Sounds

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Length of Time
30 to 45 minutes

In this lesson, students will have a worksheet where they will write down a word from the list that begins with the same sound as the word on the worksheet.


Students will learn:
To recognize words that begin with the same sound

Materials Needed

Pencils and Erasers


First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student will have a copy.

Then, you will explain about words that begin with the same sound. Example: cold - cat, merry - mom, boy - boat

After you have explained the concept of words that have the same beginning sound, then you can give the students the worksheet. Worksheet - Beginning Sounds

Directions: Write down a word from the list that has the beginning sound of each word listed below.

List: none, run, jelly, how, glue, mother, bread, pickle, fine, where, spot, clown, little, time, dime, egg, ice, kangaroo, vine, oval,

1. hot = ______

2. me = ______

3. spring = ______

4. clock = ______

5. block = ______

6. down = ______

7. elephant = ______

8. nine = ______

9. fun = ______

10. good = ______

11. is = ______

12. jam = ______

13. kick = ______

14. lamb = ______

15. tree = ______

16. potato = ______

17. race = ______

18. what = ______

19. orange = ______

20. violet = ______


You can grade the students on the number correct out of the total number possible.

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